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Service repair manual, deck engauges when lowered, but will not dis-engauge when raised
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blade won't stay engauged
It is very hard to say without knowing model, but if it is a Honda Harmony than I would look towards the the cable that controls the blade engagement. If your model is equipped with a blade engagement lever most likely yours is controlled by a cable also and it only needs to be adjusted correctly. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
This is a 21" mower, meaning the blade is 21" long (maybe only 20.5") and it will cut a 21" wide path of grass. Measure the width of the path that it cuts in the grass. If it is less than 21", then the mower has the wrong (too short) blade on it. It may just have a configuration of deck and wheels that make it look like it's not cutting as wide as it should.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
You are right, the mower has a disconnect for the pto when you try to mow in reverse. You need to turn the key to the mow in reverse position, and now you can mow going backwards.
Hope this helps, Matt
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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